The Revenge® Series is a break through in hydration belt design and function. One handed entry and exit has never been easier with our unique and cleverly designed molded holsters. With just one hand, our bottles go in fast and come out faster. The great news is that these holsters will work with all past and present FuelBelt bottles. The new design is super lightweight and available in both a Custom Fit (S, M, L) and a One Size Fits All. As if that's not enough, our new color ways come directly from some of the greatest endurance athletes of our time including Terenzo Bozzone, Craig Alexander and Chrissie Wellington.
FAQ - (Frequently Asked Questions)
Are FuelBelt bottles BPA free?
A: Yes! FuelBelt bottles have always been BPA free.
Are FuelBelt bottles dishwasher safe?
A: Yes! FuelBelt bottles are dishwasher safe on the top shelf only.
How do I wash my FuelBelt?
A: You can put your FuelBelt in the washing machine with like colors and hang dry. Just remember to remove the bottles and pocket first.
What size pocket do I need to have to fit my Smartphone?
A: You will need a medium sized pocket to accommodate most Smartphone's.
Will 10oz bottles fit in the 7oz holsters?
A: Yes they most certainly will.
How do I turn on the LED Armband?
A: Press between the "b" and the "e" of the FuelBelt logo.
How do I know which size to choose?
A: Measure yourself where you would like to wear your FuelBelt and then match that number up to the measurements on www.fuelbelt.com.
Can I freeze my FuelBelt bottles?
A: Yes! Just make sure to leave room for expansion.
What does the FuelBelt come with?
A: All FuelBelt hydration belts come packaged with bottles and a pocket.
1. Find a baseline for your sweat rate.
Weigh yourself before and after an hour run. You will need to drink 20 – 24oz of liquid for every pound lost. Additionally, you can check your urine's color. It should be pale but not colorless. If it is too dark, you need to hydrate more. If it is colorless, you may be over-hydrating.
2. Drink before, during and after your exercise.
If you get behind with your hydration, it is better to slow down and drink than to skip it entirely.
3. What and when you drink is determined by many variables.
These variables include length of run, outside temperature and your pace. Water or a low-calorie sports drink will suffice for runs under an hour. For one to two hours, choose a sports drink with 60g of carbs and 300 – 1000mg of sodium per 32oz. For runs that are longer than 2 hours, use an endurance sports drink.
4. Experiment and practice your hydration plan.
Don't wait until race day to try your hydration plan — experiment and practice during your training. Keep a log of what works for you to determine your best race day fluid replacement strategy.
5. Drink small amounts at one time, but drink often.
This will allow for proper absorption. A good rule of thumb is 6 – 8oz every 15 minutes.
FuelBelt bottles hold 7oz for easy monitoring of liquid intake.
6. Avoid commercial soft drinks.
Avoid empty calories and choose an electrolyte sports drink instead.
7. Monitor your alcohol and caffeine intake.
While not necessary to avoid it, caffeine is a diuretic that can cause dehydration. Use it judiciously.
If you are an early morning runner, keep a glass of water by your bedside and hydrate throughout the night.
9. Give your bladder a break.
Stop drinking one hour before a race to give your bladder a break and help settle your stomach.
10. Stick to what you know.
In the days leading up to a race, do not experiment with food or drink. Keep to what you know and have been training with to avoid any surprises on race day
It was 15 years ago when FuelBelt first launched and set out to redefine the hydration landscape. We were the first to introduce the multi-bottle belt, low profile handhelds, and high performance accessories. From beginnings as a small start up to now, one of the most recognized brands in the endurance channel with over a million customers worldwide, FuelBelt’s biggest accomplishment has been staying authentic. Everyone here at FuelBelt headquarters is a runner, triathlete or yogi who has an extremely active lifestyle. At the heart of it all, FuelBelt is a company that works hard to make great products and provide excellent service, but also knows that educating others about a healthy lifestyle is our most important job.